San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Despite enormous progress over the last 2500 years, the fundamental scientific questions of 'What is everything made of?' and 'What holds things together?' remain. Whilst pursuing these topics, we have recently noticed that most of the Universe appears to be entirely missing, leading to a third question: 'Where did everything go?'
The answers to these questions are bound up with the nature of space, time and matter at the smallest and largest scales. In this talk, Dr Newbold will describe where we stand in fundamental physics, explain how the Higgs boson provides some clues, and give some hints as to the discoveries that might come next at the Large Hadron Collider.
Speaker Dr Dave Newbold, School of Physics
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MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit
The MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit at the University of Bristol (IEU) establishes an innovative collection of programmes and cross-cutting themes, underpinned by core research activities to fuel a step-change in causal analysis methods and their application.
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